Minister Jules Doret Ndongo Reveals The Economic Benefits Of the Products.
The impetus of bamboo and rattan (inbar) to the economy of every nation like that of Cameroon for many years has been neglected by the authorities and the population not leaving out the economic operators. To regain its value and propel its importance, the Minister of Forestry and Wildlife Jules Doret Ndongo, on Monday, November 15, 2021 at the National Assembly defended the draft bill No N° 2001/PJL/AN authorizing the President of the Republic to proceed with the Cameroon’s Accession to the Agreement on the establishment of the International Network for Bamboo and Rattan (Inbar), adopted in Beijing, China on the 6th November 1997.
According to Minister Jules Doret Ndongo, the importance of bamboo and rattan (inbar) should never be under minded as the two products are playing very important role in the forests of the Country. The exploitation of these forest products helps boost the economy of the state as it generates income for the state. Most economic operators, if vigilant will benefit a lot from the exploitation of these important products which will be an additional value to their revenue.
The living condition of the population will experience an increase through the exploitation of these products. The Minister of Forestry and Wildlife insisted that those living in the rural milieu will benefit more from the exploitation.
The Foreign Affairs Committee was chaired by Honourable Emmanuel Banmi Dingha in the presence of Minister Felix Mbayu and the Minister Delegate at the Presidency in charge of relations with the Assemblies, Bolvine Wakata.
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